The Silvercreek Amateur Radio Association or “SARA” was established in 1977 to provide technical support, fellowship, and public service opportunities for amateur radio operators in the tri-county area of Medina, Summit, and Wayne counties in Northeast Ohio. SARA is an ARRL Special Service Club, meaning that it exists to go above and beyond for their communities and for Amateur Radio. SARA strives to be a leader in the Amateur Radio community by providing technical training, publicity programs, and pursuing technical projects and operating activities.
SARA is a general-interest club with members involved in a wide variety of amateur radio activities including VHF/UHF communications, HF communication, repeater operation, digital voice technologies such as DMR, radiosport contesting, and, of course, public service. SARA is proud to support ARES programs in both Summit and Wayne Counties as well as NWS SKYWARN operations in the tri-county area.
Elected Officers (2019-2020)
The Technical Committee oversees the operation and maintenance of SARA’s repeaters and other equipment.
If you wish to contact the Silvercreek Amateur Radio Association, you can use these email addresses:
Membership and Business Information: Gary Shorter, AA8CS – email@example.com
For general information and topics: firstname.lastname@example.org
Direct QSLs – Direct QSLs to the QSL Manager N8EI with SASE please. Non-US senders please include $2 US or card will be returned via bureau. Send cards to:
Jason McCormick N8EI
2790 Vincent Drive
Norton, OH 44203
United States of America
Bureau QSLs – SARA maintains envelopes on file with the US 8th Area Incoming QSL Bureau. Outgoing cards are sent quarterly.
Logbook of the World – All QSOs are uploaded to LoTW as soon as possible after an operating event.
The latest SARA Constitution, as adopted in 2008 can be found here (48k PDF):